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The RBM100 is a Reb Beach series solid body electric guitar model introduced by Ibanez in 1994. It is a signature model of American guitarist Reb Beach, who is best known for his work in the melodic rock band Winger. The RBM100 was made in Japan by FujiGen. It replaced the RBM2.

The RBM body style is the second unique body shape used by Beach after the modified Explorer styled WRB3 model. The body, which was designed by Reb Beach himself, features a deep cutaway at the back of the body all the way to the tremolo. It is also known as Voyager style.

The RBM100 features a mahogany body bolted to a maple neck with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard with clay dot position markers. Components include Ibanez pickups with a humbucker at the bridge and single coil-sized humbuckers in the middle and neck positions and a Lo Pro Edge double locking tremolo bridge.

The RBM10 is a less expensive version which was made in Korea. The RBM400 is a similar model with a Bolivian rosewood neck and fretboard.

The RBM100 was sold only in Europe and Japan and was discontinued after 1994.

Specifications

Specifications for RBM100
Model name: RBM100
Year(s) produced: 1994
Sold in: Europe / Japan
Made in: Japan
Finish(es): Black (BK)
Body
Body type:
Solid body
Body material:
Mahogany
Neck joint:
AANJ
Bridge:
Lo-Pro Edge tremolo
Hardware color:
Gold
Pickguard:
Brass
Neck
Neck type:
RBM
Neck material:
1-piece maple
Scale length:
648mm/ 25½"
Fingerboard material:
Rosewood
Fingerboard inlays:
Clay dot
Frets:
22 / Dunlop #6130
Nut:
Locking
Electronics
Pickup configuration:
HSS
Bridge pickup:
Ibanez HB2 (H)
Middle pickup:
Ibanez SB1 (H)
Neck pickup:
Ibanez SB1 (H)
Controls:
Master volume / coil-split switch / 5-way lever

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